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Feel Free to Grieve

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Isn’t this a given? Shouldn’t it be? It may not feel like it is natural or as if you can feel your grief when you can, when you want. When you lose your loved one, when you lose your sense of what life was going to be and what your expectations of that life will Read more

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The Hardest Part of Grieffeatured

The Hardest Part of Grief. It’s all hard. It’s all impossible. It’s all a blur. I want to run away. I want to go back and I can’t. You can’t.  There is no cure. No fix. No remedy. What is the hardest part? The silence of the finality. Finality is deafening. How can you fight Read more

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When you think about 2020, it will take your breath away- it may not be in a great way, it may not be in a way that you feel proud about or sure about. But I encourage you to have an open mind to allow yourself to take it a moment at a time, facing Read more

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Wow…  I was scrolling through my stories this morning and I came across a genius story from one of my Keynote speakers, the genius psychologist, one and only Jessica Zucker, Ph.D. and instantly I felt vindication for my purpose.  Allow me to explain: Grief happens on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It’s here at 5 pm and Read more

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What October brings. Before I get into October, I feel it necessary to write about 2019. What a year! It’s not incredibly bad or good but more so it has been a year of unimaginable growth!That is correct, I never believed that I could grow at the rate and pace that I have. I thought that if I don’t face all that I want and my desire to serve others- it will just go away but in fact, Read more

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This is the hardest blog post I’ve ever written. Not because of it being about Abortion, but because of the shame and embarrassment that I’ve carried for well over 20 years. So, here it goes: I was about to turn 19 years old and what started out as one of the best Summers of my Read more

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